A literary guide through the walks and nature of the Bronte sisters, authors of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights, and their beloved Yorkshire
Michael Stewart is a multi-award winning writer, born and brought up in Salford, who moved to Yorkshire in 1995 and is now based in Bradford. He has written several full length stage plays, one of which, Karry Owky, was joint winner of the King's Cross Award for New Writing. His debut novel, King Crow, was published in January 2011. It won the Guardian's Not-the-Booker Award and has been selected as a recommended read for World Book Night. He works as a is senior lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Huddersfield, where he is the director of the Huddersfield Literature Festival.
An 'imaginative and elegant trek through the landscape of the Brontes' Grazia
'An essential companion' Lancashire Post
'Literary but unpretentious' My Weekly
'Stewart's passion and enthusiasm for the Brontes' lives and work and the landscape that shaped them is palpable and infectious. If you weren't struck [...] with "Bronte Fever" before, after reading this you may well be' Yorkshire Post
'A terrific tribute to the Brontes - and to the landscapes that shaped their literature' Guardian